Happy Monday! This post is ten days late, but I guess it’s better late than never, right? This month started quite busy for me. I had my graduation ceremonies and finally got to have more time to hang out with my family. And since then, I haven’t properly read/watch anything. But, today I’m going to share my monthly reading + watching list and hopefully, that will give me a boost of motivation to stay on track! πŸ™‚

Books

πŸ“š Emergency Contact by Mary H.K. Choi β‡Ύ This is one of February’s book of the month from Diverse Divers book club and I’m always all in for contemporary fiction!

πŸ“š You Are Here by Dawn Lanuza β‡Ύ More poetry book! Last month, I ended up reading a lot more poetry books than I expected, and even though I was not totally impressed by them, I’m eager to read more and discover a good one!

πŸ“š The Psychology of Time Travel by Kate Mascarenhas β‡Ύ Blown away by Here and Now and Then by Mike Chen last month, I’m currently obsessed with everything time travel related. This one is going to be released this month too, so I thought I’d give it a shot.

πŸ“š Just for Clicks by Kara McDowell β‡Ύ One of the failed reading attempt from last month. Here we go again!

πŸ“š Call Me Evie by J.P. Pomareβ‡Ύ I’m so excited to get the opportunity to read the eARC of this book from E+! A thrilling debut novel? Yes, please.

πŸ“š Whatever Normal Is by Jane St. Anthony β‡Ύ Not gonna lie, this is one of that book that attracted me solely because of its cover.

πŸ“š The Stranger Diaries by Elly Griffiths β‡Ύ My interest in this book started when I saw Ova’s amazing review about it. And I couldn’t be happier when I saw that it’s still available to request on NetGalley!

πŸ“š The Quiet You Carry by Nikki Barthelmessβ‡Ύ I read nothing but good reviews of this book. It digs on deeper family issues and also brings up sensitive topics such as eating disorders, self-harms and sexual assaults.

Series

I’m really looking forward to watching this one because it looks like a more badass version of Happy Death Day. And the main character seems to have more personality too, so why not?

Trailer β€’ Netflix

I’m especially excited for this one because aside from its awesome and super-promising trailer, it’s an adaptation from Gerard Way’s comic book. So, C’MON!

Trailer β€’ Netflix

And those are my picks for this month.Β Now, it’s your turn! What’s in your TBR and TBW for this month? Anything that makes you particularly excited? Anything that you want to add to your own lists after reading my post? Share it below! πŸ˜‰

What about you? What are you going to read and watch this month?

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